Tiger Woods tuned up for this week’s PGA Championship, the final major tournament of the golf season, with a record-extending eighth win at the Bridgestone Invitational. The finish wasn’t even close.
A few inches here, a few yards there. That’s what Phil Mickelson’s latest failure to win the U.S. Open came down to.
Justin Rose became the first Englishman to win the U.S. Open in 43 years by holding on for a two-stroke victory over Phil Mickelson, who was the golf tournament’s runner-up for a record-extending sixth time.
Geoff Ogilvy won golf’s Australian Open by four shots to take his national championship for the first time.
Adam Scott gave Australia its first champion in the 77-year history of golf’s Masters Tournament by outlasting Angel Cabrera in a playoff.
Michael Thompson beat a field that included 18 major golf champions at the Honda Classic to claim his first title on the U.S. PGA Tour.
The U.S. Open golf tournament will be played at Winged Foot Golf Club in 2020, the sixth time the Mamaroneck, New York, course will host the sport’s second-oldest major.
Luke Guthrie fired a 7-under 63 to take the lead in the PGA’s Honda Classic, while the world’s No. 1 and defending champion Rory McIlroy left the tournament with a sore wisdom tooth.
Tiger Woods, seeking his second U.S. PGA Tour victory of the season, is in a five-way tie for the lead entering today’s second round at the Cadillac Championship.
Matt Kuchar prevented Hunter Mahan from securing back-to-back titles at golf’s Match Play Championship with his fifth victory on the U.S. PGA Tour.